- v. present participle of slander.
“Where is the sense in slandering the guy who wants to put money into your children's education, who wants to fix the economy not cause more havoc with quick fixes and quiet illusions (ie gas tax), who wants families to keep the homes that hold all their memories, who wants to give you a reason to be proud of your country again.”
“Jane E. RobinsonColumbia, MO. Campaigning at Bob Jones University, the ugly low-ball attack ads and the dirty-politics telephone calls slandering McCain?”
“The crafty malice of the wicked, in slandering him, so far from turning him away, but binds him closer to God's Word, which they are too stupid in sin to appreciate.”
“If not, then I don’t see the point in slandering the system that millions of people accept.”
“I think the idea of slandering dead people and get their annoyed siblings to do most of the slandering is.... what did you write "sensationalism". oh yes.”
“I will now speak of my persecution for so-called slandering the prosecuting attorney.”
“The Scripture calls slandering, smiting with the tongue.”
“Moten has alerted the media to a noon press conference he is holding outside of Pacifica Radio's WPFW studios in Adams Morgan so he can respond to Gray campaign for "slandering" him after it put out a press release last night accusing Moten of being one of Fenty's "cronies.”
“Improper or inappropriate campaigning has to be avoided - such as slandering fellow politicians and parties in order to achieve election victory for one's own party," he said.”
“Last Friday, Mr. Ponomarev, a former aide to Soviet dissident Andrei Sakharov and a colleague of opposition leader Garry Kasparov, was charged with criminally "slandering" General Yuri Kalinin, who runs Russia's Federal Penitentiary Service.”
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